Book Review: Laid Open by Lauren Dane

Book Description (from Goodreads):

All she needed to pack was a few bikinis, a toothbrush and some sunscreen. This is what Ben told Erin when he presented her and Todd with tickets to Fiji and the promise of ten days of nothing but sleeping until whenever they wanted, sex without having to lock the door and lots of alone time.

And that’s what they have. Long days and nights filled with pleasure. Long enough that the stress and exhaustion drops away and the three can simply enjoy each other.

They’ve got heat. More than ever before. Recharging their batteries has also brought new levels of intimacy and connection. But when Erin stumbles over the pain of her past, both men band together to not only help her through, but to help each other as well.

My Thoughts:

One final look at Ben, Todd and Erin from Laid Bare. An absolute must read. Just to mention that Brown Siblings is one of my favourite series, so that only means that I am completely biased and could not wait to read some more of these characters in any book that came after it, but was based on friendly and family ties. I have fallen in love with these characters in every Brown Siblings novel so far, so that reading this short novella was a too short glimpse into the lives of characters I have adored. Like always, Lauren Dane delivers an interesting writing full of family, love, hurtful memories, guilt and lots and lots of hot lovin'. Our trio has a son now, family ties are strong as ever, Ben and Todd are more relaxed around each other, and Erin is Erin, one of a kind. Just the way we're used to with Lauren Dane's books.


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